Monday, September 12, 2005

The NYT is implementing a pay-subscriber service that gives "...exclusive online access to many of our most influential columnists in Op-Ed, Business, New York/Region and Sports. In addition to reading the columns, TimesSelect subscribers can also engage with our columnists through video interviews and Web-only postings....also opening up its vast archive of articles reaching back 25 years and eventually back to the paper's founding in 1851. TimesSelect subscribers can read up to 100 articles from the archive a month...."

Yet "...All of our news, features, editorials and analysis will remain free to readers of NYTimes.com..."

So for $49.95, I can read past examples of Lefty reporting????

My guess is the NYT has something else up their sleeves and it relates to its archives.

Until then, I'll still be able to read their interpretations of the news for "free".

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